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Dec 2, 2012 6:00pm PST
. again, health and science editor john fowler. >> reporter: 24-year-old nevada nursing student paul told us it startedded as a painful red patch. >> when i got shingles i was out of work for two weeks. >> reporter: pain spread to several spots and first she blamed job stress. >> i was and aware i wasstressed and just thought i was busy, so it was a big surprise. >> reporter: 25-year-old giant's catcher, buster posey got shingles and got him out one game. tony la russa got it so bad. >> the pain can go on usually for a couple or three weeks. and on occasion can be people nent. >> reporter: kaiser infectious disease doctor said shingle was once thought a disease for the elderly:there is growing evidence immunizing children against chickenpox may be leading to more adult cases of shingles. adults get an immune boost and really get shingles when around children with chickenpox. doctors say this vaccine can cut your chance of shingles in half and think of it like a chickenpox booster. >> you give it when you are old enough to protect you at 80 and yet young enough to have low risk of shin
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